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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Weduekflay, May rage D EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, Residence 1224 620 Hostesses tomorrow- Mrs. D. L. Uardie, Mrs. W. J. -Mc-Cairfbly will not ccive tomorrow. m Mrs. R- P. Wallace will not cei'vc tomorrow, nor again until ribbon aud turaii. icrs brightened the drawing-room, ar.d 'iu the dining room pink was the i chosen color. The artistically cr- aiui charming tea table was R. Agncw, iwho was assisted by Mrs. .'lonnali and Mrs. Arnold. A high handled- i gilded wicker basket tied with soft holding a _ rested on j SPREADS Alarming Reports Reach the State Department at Washington El Paso, May 7.45 a. m. there were no new developments in the situation of Jaurez. Washington, May were in tt 'shower of pink car 'a be- of fluff v pink talle which was, Mrs. F. IV. Salmon, 414 13th lstudded vith- cai.nation blossoms in Washington today to complicate still S., will not receive tomorrow., shades of .pink.-Trails of smilax laore, a situation that every official again this New i ranscontinentai is to Connect With Inter- colonial Ottawa, May Ottawa Even- ing Free Press says Sir Donald Mann, this morning described the route oi the Canadian Northern rail- Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. 'Nurses and Doctors recommend its use in sickness or in health. 171 Oo You Mrs. William of Cardston is spending; n few days -.in the city, guest at the Alexandra. '.were laid from the corners of !board to the centre. Mrs. Agnew of President Taft is now willing to adniit is alarming. From Unit- occasion by wearing a led States consuls scattered through- Q[ brown crepe de out Mexico and from other sources of Dudley, who has chene with chemisette and under- I sleeves of fine gold lace and tuscan been }iat adorned at one side with two information the President and visiting for a'few days at'1 the Haze.ll Immense pink roses and foliage. Mrs. home' on Courtland, "street, returned jponnan was -owned in Peacock rajah i er' commander of the United to Warner this morning. isillc large black chapeau with a States troops at El Paso, thev are receiv- which has been rendered exceedingly important because of the official an- nouncement that the government is going to guarantee the bonds of ihe company in order to connect the In- tercolonial Railway with the west. The new line starts at Montreal, takes in. the .summer resorts of St. from I Eustache, Carillon and St. Andrews, I. Steev-; crosses the river and runs through to nd on to Ottawa, pass- the that I ing through L'Qrii n A i Rowland and "QUEEN ZEPHRA" Tnis great production, for which 150 of Lethbridge's best talent have been rehearsing for the past three weeks or more, will open the eyes of the Leth'bridge pifolic to the possibilities jin this line when under the direct'on ol the proper directors, and after the rirst performance is over tonight the most indifferent will have to acknow- ledge that it is a wonderful production, especially when worked out under the beautiful scenery for which the Queen Zephra Co. have a record second, to none (even professional companies) of the Majestic will recognie the stage tised will be faithfully reproduced, and not even the most regular patron of the Maestlc will recognize the stage when the curtain goes ui> tonight on the first performance. Be' there ,the first other words the best night) and you will see something distinctly out of'the ordinary in amateur theat- ricals. A fully guaranteed ;attraetion in even' sense of the word, and a wordi to the wise should be sufficient. j bandeau of short French Ostrich tips. special meeting .'of the Ladies' j Mrs. Arnold was very pretty in mode 'Aid Society of Kaox church will be jsilk with effective touches of black, _ _ fnf onf! 1 o i jing at short intervals, they told of the fight that is endangering United on this side of the held tomorrow afternoon-in'the yes- try of the church at 3.30. tion, where connection will be made j bined. The 'announcement "will the Toronto-Sudbury line. In -this week from Ottawa.''' hypnotism each night. STAR-HAND "ft has always? been the policy; of other.'words, "Sellwood will be out :The C.lXf.R. is interested wjt.K Sir this theatre the Sudbury., It is-the centre of an even Thomas Tronhridge in Wie Black !best production possible :at. greater place than Sudbury. It is the! Sod Bay project, and centre'.-of an enormous mineral coun- take the mails today we are certainly policy in the production Design eel to meet every requirement the newest fashions witt perfect comfort. Get the model that suits your figure. At the test stores. ALove No. 387. an extra ttat age figures tic correct lines for tkis year's atyles em sphere are depicted most realis- tically by z. branch of the Arabian-tribe called the Zouaves and riding tlio most1 beautiful and graceful of all horses, lie Arabian horse. You will in. these' pictures "see tie most wonderful all circuses can not fail to see fibus, 300t) feet in ali- THE ARCADE CHANGES Popular Amusement Resort on FittJr Street be Known as the Arcade Company Arrangements were completed on, Monday for the transfer el the'..Brown. Amusement Company's building, equipr ment, etc., to Messrs. Patterson, and Company, J -Mr. Patterson has keen- with the F; G- Lowes Co. for the, past year or so.' tshe members of the firm Mr. Patterson will be the only; --lone actively engaged in conducting- try, having iron mines and copper j thence by I. C. R. deposits, from which large shipments thence hv C. N. R. to -.lie are being said Sir Donald. C; N. R. is planning great' The .Road to; the North in; Montreal connecting ttie their t0 t Ifaio Bill's Wild West and Pawnee'Bill's tne (business, and asv the' equipment' jpare stows. has had a hard season the new com- These pictures were- Jaken in reg-j pany bas expended nearly three thou- ular intervals during the tour of "the j-sand" dollars in" new supplies, w-Mcih, tneni.from IsTo. 3. The night- Sell wood, our line strikes] last Hamilton's bicycle shop on First j north in what is practically an IookinS lor a terminal and the avenue south was broken into and sev-1 line to Port he continued. rumor today wliich (3 i.cC denied, vv two Bill5' j includes about forty balls for the bowl- "l expenditure "on tEe'; arrangements ing picture companies., Tihe name of for the "building, new upholstered Buffalo Bill is to almost eral articles carried away. A few- days ago Inspector Ashman of the C. F. R. complained that a couple of brass journals had been stolen "from their We will be within striking the Jesuit church ..ML! ctT-cge .if not everyone-in 4___CVi o nlQ Tl S.TTi 3 yards, and yesterday the police ap- of Porcupine and will thus tap aj country the resources of which are as; yet unknown. But what .is perhaps I site on -v St., at the corner of D9rcester has been huiig.it' by London. May -men were entombed today by an explosion which wrecked St. Arigaros coal minre, near W'hitehaven. been killed. It is feared all- have prehended a boy, ten years of age, by the name of Canl Bergstrom, who hadj stolen junk valued at S30" from a vacant more important, we will run tliro-igh three hllndred'miles of house in North Lethbridge, and sold.It to a second hand store for a very small sum. The chief will communi- cate with R. B. Cbadwick, superintend- the G.N.R: Father Lalonde refused to admit that it had, but he was busy all morning with an architect ion plans for a new college and church f x-fi ot.hpr DE1Ti> as a countrv as there a. quanuLy 01 .leao. ouner J ip Notre Dimp "Nrpiooc m exists" between Montreal and Toronto I ijfme Ues on the skirts 01 the citv. and affording an opening for our own people which will form that which has been, so long desired a roaniiting link between east and west and dring ent of delinquent it is j away with the gulf which exists expected that he will arrive from Ed- monton in a few days to investigate the matter and take tne boys in. cnarge. GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, May in "Winni- day are: May wheat opened 93 around Lake Superior." All Finished in 1915 "You may say tliat -we to have the whole line- in onerat-ion ty 1915, that will have your inde- pendent -terminals in Toronto, Ram- BODY OF HUGH McALFLNE FOUND Cattle Buyer and Secretary of the Calgary Bowling League. Died of Heart Failure Calgary, May G. Moir, "a clerk in the Imperial Bank, while strolling through a small bush in the east end of the his big mastiff dog was startled to discover the body of Hugh McAlpine, formerly 3-4. Closed o- ci-osed -95 1-2; opened 94 5-8, October opened 8S, closed SS 1-2.- opened 35 7-8, .closed "35 34; July opened 37 1-8, closed 36 7-8. May 'closed 2.40.; July 2.40. Cash 1 Northern 94 1-2, Northern; 91 5-ST 3- -S9 1-2, No. 4 85, No. 5 80 1-2T No. 6j 73 1-2, Feed 62.- _ No. 2 C. 1-2. -American 'Markets Maiy opened 96' 1-2. closed .9.6 5-S July opened 96 1-2, -closed -97-, September opened- closed- 91.3-S. CKiCAGO--May. wneat. opened. peg and." American .wheat- and though no cattie buyer here, but latterly retir- "decision has yet been reached as to ed. McAlpine had been missing from Ot'tawa. we are ready to enter into J residence for a fortnight The any, partnership arrangement, or tail-j body showed no ;signs of violence and ing that, to create cur own terrain- the police, ascribe his death to heart als Sir Donald described the {failure. A post mortem examination will toe iheld. He was a single man aibout 45 years old and came here from St. Augustine, -Scotland, about six j years ago. He -was secretary of the agreement with the government in the following terms "What do you think the country think about it "Well, it depends w what it means. 'bowling club and well known Here is the proposition. We go to the government and tell them we have ifinanced a section of our own from the Pacific coast to Winnipeg, and that we have located a through line to Montreal via Ottawa, with branch to lovers of "that sport in 94 1-8 L July. -opened 86 34, Bbsed. S7 5-S( September opened 36 3-S, ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT TO GET THE RIGHT KIND THAT INSURES PRO PER AiRjCiRCUL OUR REFRIGERATORS WILL KEEP YOUR FOOD5_ FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE ODORS FROM MAK- ING YOUR BUTTER AND MILK TASTE." WE SELL ONLY THE BEST IN HARDWARE. For Falling Hair from Toronto, and we say, You Run Nor Risk' When This'Rfe'medy You Use We pj-omise you'that if.ycur hair'is falling o.ut; and you have not let it go too far, yon can repair the damage al- ready dene by using Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, with persistence and reg-ularify. for a reasonable length of time. It is if you Y. -i give us a guarantee of our bonds on this Ontario and Quebec section, we will guarantee to you to use the Intercolonial as our extension to the Atlantic. V "You retain the government rail- way, but we give you all our traffic, unless the shipper desires to route it differently, ar.d thus the Intercol- onial is assured of a continuance oi traffic." The Third Transcontinental "In return, we you a third transcontinental, which will not cost INJURED .BY EXPLOSION New Britain, Conn., May persons were severely injured and damage to the extent of probab-ly 000 resulted from an explosion iu the Laeuques department of the Stanley worKs -here today. ly one associates his name with the original wild and woolly west In these pictures, controlled exclu- sively by the Starland- Limited, Win- nipeg, and shown for the only time in Lethbridge, you will see the world's champion in bronclio riding, Verne Elliott of Larrable, Wyoming, for the billiard parlor, floor coverings, shades, etc., which, jwiil greatly add to the convenience iand- for gentlemen. As the bowling season, is at an end Mr." Patterson' SiV61 the manufacturers of the ibowllng al-1 leys a chance to arrange their as tee provincial tournament is held in this city next season and tae re- ception and equipment oftared will well known in the Central Western j long remembered as one of beat States on this account The lady champion bucking broncho rider of the world, Miss Ida St. Claire, who may be seen at the most daring of all pastimes, riding cnos. ever held in this province. The city bowlers are arranging for about eigh- teen teams, the top rollers to repre- sent the city at the tournament held wild bucking bron- in February or -March. of employees of the company 'wHl be At the same time may be seen the champion ropers of Che world, both trick and fancy, Dan. Jackson, and Buf- falo Vernon, roping and tying wild steers and branding calves. The com edy part of the whole picture is. seen in the steer riding and buffalo riding contests. Buffalo Bill also shows some very sensational pictures of a stage coach being held up by Indians. The coach to "be seen is coach and is an exact likeness of one of the coaches to be seen at the pres- ent time in the Yellowstone Park, travelling the Deadwood trail. The In- dians may also be seen surprising a settlers cabin and taking and burning it. Pawnee Bill's part -of the program includes some very nice incidents from Far Eastern life, among which in the Zoological part stand most promin- ently the work of his trained ele- phants. The feats of daring in the changed througihc-ut, with the excep- tion of iMr. Cleveland, -who 'has "beea- with the Brown Amusemyflt manager since its orgatdatioiL PRACTICE- There will be no choir in Wesley' Methodist church this- "week on.accpunt of Mr. Rylett's Calgary; where he will atteni. the Sheffield Ohoir concert t v .FU'N'ERAL OF LATE WEEVE' i remains of the late fLE... --R.eeve will -reach the city morrow morning and the fun- eral'will take place tomorrow" at three _o.'clock St. Augustin's church to cemetery. a scientific, cleansing; antiseptic, genri-i the country a single dollar and which icidai. preparation, tha tdestroys mi-j will open up and broaden out' the crobes. stimulates good circulation.] great province of Ontario and create around the hair, roots, promotes hair we now lack, a connecting bc- J nourishment, removes dandruff and tween the east and the west. restores hair health. It is. as pleasant I "Arguments which we put up to Stafford the gcvcrrtrnent were such as appeal to any fair-nrinded man. We to use as pure water and it is delicate- jly perfumed. It is a real toilet neces- sity. We want you to tryRexali "83" HairL Tonic with our promise that it Hawkesburry and uhe other line cost you nothing unless you are per-jfrom We have our iine Iocat i ifectly satisfied with its use. It conies j cd through Ottawa both to the west' in two sizes, prices 30c and Sl.OO. Re- -you member you can obtain Rexall Re-m- edies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. -T. D. Higin- j botham Co., special- agents. to Toronto." "When do you expect to have ad- ditional steairicrs on the "That is a question for the future, but you can bet that when ;